Man Eating SQUID on the East Coast!
Mozza was in again with Mick and Maria this-morning!
He revealed there is a MEGA squid ont he East Coast of Tassie, lurking deep in the depths of the ocean. It even tried to attack a 1 meter long squid that was caught. (listen below)
Mozza: " A 1 meter long squid was caught, rigged and dropped as bair for a Swordfish and came back with sucker marks 8-10 times bigger on it meaning there is some “giant squid” about in our waters, that’s an 8-10m long squid." SCARY!
Mozza also witnessed a friend of his nail a 219kg Swordfish after 3 years and over 40 trips to the shelf trying for one – Mozza welled up, he welled up it was a beautiful thing.
FLATHEAD – Pirates Bay Under the cliffs at in 4m South west corner of the bay. Nuclear chicken and Pumpkin seed doing the job – very active.
Flathead good between variety and cape queen off the cliffs. Depth about 20m.
Mercury passage is still fishing well, Mercury Passage and Marion bay. Producing good flathead still and Mozza's mate, Dean Cashion and his son Ethan found some rippers Cals in Chinamans after getting their bag of Scallops.
CALAMARI around Alonna and Lunawanna On Bruny Island. Try off the pontoon at Alonna and the jetty at Lunawanna. An hour before dark seems to be the best time. Loving the fish candy egi jig.
CALAMARI – Brook, Corbs, and got some good squid first light in Blackman bay at Dunalley on Saturday. Mozza's mate, Rexy got most of them on a red/orange jig.
TUNA – Holed up south of Tasman Island and Cape Roual and into storm bay. Halco Laser Pro’s still the go to lure.
Local Tuna gun Matt Holmes went for a solo mission to Cape Raoul during the week and got a good fish, hardest thing he said was trying to get a selfie with it on his own!
First time deep droppers Rhys Cox and Matthew Stalker went hunting Swords East of the Horseshoe on Saturday, got tight first drop and after a spirited fight they had a 95.5kg Bluefin tuna on the deck – that’s a lotta cat food.
BREAM- Aaron Colgate, The bream sniper, has been Fishing with traveling angler Michel from the Netherlands. He Managed to put him on to a few good fish using New techniques and much lighter gear than he was used to.
Take a listen to the story of the GIANT SQUID, here: